ADDitude magazine is the leading lifestyle magazine for people with Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder. Each issue of ADDitude magazine includes information on treatment options and practical advice for living well with AD/HD.
Provides history enthusiasts with comprehensive and authoritative insights and analysis of the American Civil War, with a strong emphasis on the military aspects of the war, its battles, strategies, leaders, and little-known facts and facets.
American History magazine presents American history in an authoritative, informative, thought-provoking and entertaining style. Each issue of American History magazine is filled with lively narratives that take readers on an adventure.
Arts & Activities stands alone as a favorite among art educators worldwide. With lesson plans and projects ideal for all grade levels and abilities, you'll find it to be an invaluable source of creativity and inspiration throughout the school year.
Children's Ministry magazine is written for people who work with children in Christian churches. Each issue of Children's Ministry magazine features lesson ideas, crafts, devotions, games and other teaching resources.
The only magazine that consistently provides timely and quality coverage of relevant educational issues. Diverse Issues in Higher Education is an independent resource for everyone who is concerned about the future of higher education.
The magazine for early childhood leaders focusing on issues relevant to child care center administrators and other professionals working in child development and early education. Packed with practical strategies, innovative ideas and expertadvice.
Instructor magazine is an excellent source of ideas and advice for teachers, principals and supervisors of students in grades K-8. Instructor magazine contains articles about classroom-tested programs and teaching aids.
Mental Floss magazine is your cheat sheet to a complete education. We all want to feel smart. But, we need someone to make learning simple. Mental Floss magazine will teach you the things you've always wanted to learn.
The School Library Journal contains news and reviews for librarians working with children in schools and public libraries. The School Library Journal gives librarians information to manage libraries, create quality collections and understand how technology can assist learning.
You'll find ways to incorporate religion into various subject areas, improving the use of technology in your school, and lots of curriculum and activity ideas to use with your students. Today's Catholic Teacher can help your educators meet their goals of providing the best possible education.
Vietnam is the only magazine exclusively devoted to the Vietnam conflict. Each issue provides in-depth and authoritative coverage and analysis of the many complexities that made the war in Vietnam unique including the people, battles, strategies and weaponry.
Delivers authoritative coverage of the history of the people, places and events the Great American frontier for a readership that has a passion for learning about the Wild West. Carefully researched articles-illustrated with colorful period and modern art and rare historical photos.
World War II magazine provides articles and photos on all aspects of World War II for readers of all levels of historical knowledge. Each issue of World War II magazine features stories about soldiers, leaders, tactics, weapons and more.
Zoobooks magazine is a guide to the most fascinating animals, birds, reptiles and insects. Zoobooks magazine includes interactive activity pages and diagrams that allow children an up close and personal glimpse into the world's most amazing creatures.
Dedicated to high school and college coaches and A.D.'s. Each issue is jam-packed with coaching tips for all men's and women's sports, up-close interviews with prominent sports figures, coverage of all phases of a successful program, and exclusive coach buyer's guides.
Magazine written by college coaches helped 1 million student athletes get to college and on teams ... often with full scholarships. Editor's own children were paid $250,000 to play soccer in college. Methods work for all sports ... even golf and chess!
Community College Week newspaper is an independent publication aimed at professionals at two-year colleges. Each issue covers what's happening at community colleges around the country -- controversies, protests, tuition changes, grants, legislation, people moves, and much more. Community College Week gives college presidents, chief academic officers, faculty, student service professionals, librarians and other educators an in-depth look into the critical issues facing two-year colleges today. Expert reporters and columnists dissect the latest happenings, and tell you exactly what they mean.
ed - The Education Digest Magazine is designed for the educator and administrator as a source of what's happening in the education world. Each issue of Education Digest features in-depth stories and interviews with leaders in the educational field. Published 9 times a year, Education Digest Magazine is a must (and a perfect gift) for all educator professionals.
Jungle magazine is a vehicle of expression for the interests, aspirations & viewpoints of MBA students and young professionals. Jungle takes readers behind the scenes on Wall Street and into the boardroom- giving them the insights and hard-won wisdom they need to succeed.
Language Magazine has blazed a trail since 1997 as the only periodical dedicated to promoting the teaching of all languages in America. LM addresses key issues in bilingual teaching, language travel, teaching methodology, teacher education, heritage languages, and more. Every issue of Language features reviews of the latest education technology and electronic teaching products. Language Magazine is packed with facts, figures, opinions, and research--no matter what language you teach, you will find resources you need in every issue.
Learning Through History Magazine presents world history for the curious child. Each issue of Learning Through History contains 64 content-rich pages that showcase one historical theme per issue with unique articles, arts and crafts project plans, hands-on activities, study guides for historical literature, discussion questions, web links, as well as book and video suggestions. Every other month, Learning Through History provides more than 15 original, high-quality articles from writers around the world, on subjects ranging from Ancient Egypt to Medieval Times to the Victorian Era and beyond. Each issue also includes two full-length literature guides, engaging questions following the articles to inspire a discussion around the dinner table or classroom, and plenty of book, video, and web suggestions to easily expand learning of topics. Learning Through History is a great resource for families with children ages 7-14 who have an insatiable appetite for reading and are passionate about history or for educators looking for creative material to bring to the classroom.
Listen has been celebrating positive choices longer than any other team journal. Celebrities share what motivates them, true life stories by other teens, scientific facts, and practical ways to become who you really want to be. Make Listen the best positive alternative to destructive choices.
The most trusted authority for helping you raise smart, loving and self-confident children. Each issue contains age-specific child development guidance, valuable advice on your child's emotional & social development, health & safety information and the best ways to stimulate your child's learning.
Roeper Review Magazine is a significant resource for professionals who work with teachers and psychologists, and for professionals who work directly with gifted and talented children and their families. Roeper Review covers a broad range of issues including policies, developments, innovations in practice and applied research. Roeper Review emphasizes both the cognitive and the emotional aspects of working with gifted and talented children. Roeper Review serves as a forum for discussion, striving to present all views and perspectives on topics that focus on the gifted such as gender issues, developmental phases, at-risk students, learning disabled, creativity, problem solving, and school reform and its impact.
Nowadays there is an increasing number of people beginning to learn Chinese. Chinese culture values harmony. We must maintain contact with and learn from each other to promote human progress. Welcome to the world of Chinese, a window to the fascinating Chinese culture.
Say No to drugs and Yes to life, Junior edition of Listen magazine. 16 page, 4 color, contemporary journal for pre-teens, ages 8-12. True stories, age appropriate drug factuals, puzzles, games and activities, role model interviews, and The Winning Team cartoon dramatizing real life decisions.
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